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Early Warning Report - Romania
Early Warning Report - Romania

Publishing House: Societatea Academică Română (SAR)
Subject(s): Politics / Political Sciences
Frequency: irregular and other
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Status: Ceased Publication

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Short Description
The Early Warning Report is part of a UNDP sponsored programme for the assessment of the crisis potential levels in Romania and in other countries of the region. The Report (published and carried out by Societatea Academica Română) is meant to raise warnings as regards the Government's decisions in the social, political and other fields of major importance and is supposed to aid the Government in formulating and correcting policy courses. The articles contained in this publication are offered free of charge. The editorial team consists in Alina Mungiu Pippidi (Editor, Project Coordinator), Sorin Ionita (Economic and Public Policy Editor), Lucian Luca (Economic, Agriculture Expert), Bogdan Chiritoiu (public policy expert), Dan Suciu (public policy expert), Victor Petrescu (foreign policy editor), Marian Chiriac (Minorities), Cristian Ghinea and Victoria Timofte (research assistants). Economic editorials are authored by Daniel Dăianu, and regional editorials by Alina Mungiu Pippidi. EWR Public Opinion Surveys are designed and analyzed by Alina Mungiu Pippidi, and executed by the Center for Urban Sociology (CURS). The "Early Warning Report - Romaina" was published until 2003 by the "Societatea Academica Română" and continued with "Policy Warning Reports" also offered by CEEOL.